Okay, well I read online that chickens love alfalfa. So I convinced my grandparents to buy them a bag of Alfalfa cubes. (They did not want the bale of alfalfa, for they were scared that if the chickens wouldn't like it, it would cause a mess in their pen.) After testing the cubes out with the chickens, I noticed that they were picking at the cubes, but not really getting anything. (The cubes are tightly packed alfalfa. And were probably to hard for their beaks, since they are only 2 months old.) So, I decided to cut the cubes up and try it with the chickens. I threw it out to them, and they rushed to grab it, but only about 2 of the 12 chickens grabbed some and immediately dropped it. I have a HUGE bag of this stuff, and I really don't want to waste it. Can someone tell me how to get them to eat it? All they seem to want to do is scratch around in it. All help is thanked in advance.